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Marigold

In British financial circles, a slang term for 1 million pounds. See also: The City.
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The pot marigolds are a variety called 'Golden King', great firey orange heads and Gertrude Jekyll's favourite.
And don't forget to jolly up your plot with a row or two of pot marigolds (calendula)
Gardeners and cooks more than 100 years ago were using pot marigolds and orange blossom in their cooking.
So when I wanted to grow pot marigolds, I fished out a packet put aside from a mag.
Plants such as the sedums, cone flowers, Echinops and pot marigolds are firm favourites, the latter being a real draw for red admirals.
Time to sow hardy annuals like cornflower, pot marigolds, and nasturtium.